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Bradley Busch

Bradley Busch is a chartered psychologist and director of InnerDrive. He graduated from Loughborough University with distinction and went on to work with Premiership and international footballers from England, Scotland, Wales and Japan. Outside of football, he has worked with elite athletes, helping GB athletes win medals at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games. As well as writing regularly for The Guardian, he is a leading expert on how psychological research can best help students, teachers, athletes and businesses think and perform better.

Click here to view a feature of ‘Release Your Inner Drive’ in The Daily Mail.

Click here to listen to Bradley Busch on the BBC Radio 2 Chris Evans show.


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Publications by Bradley Busch

Release Your Inner Drive

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The benefits of a growth mindset, explained

July 09 2020

What is A Growth Mindset?

Growth Mindset is arguably one of the most popular psychological theories in education. It describes the belief that one has that their abilities and intelligence can develop and improve. At the other end of the spectrum, is a Fixed Mindset, which covers the belief that intelligence is set in stone.

This area of psychology has been much researched and heavily debated. So what are the benefits associated with having a Growth Mindset?

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An overview of critical thinking in schools

July 06 2020

Critical Thinking is one of those phrases that gets mentioned often. Some think it is vital that we teach it to students. Others think it’s something that can’t be taught in isolation. We think it’s worth exploring exactly what it is and more importantly, if it is possible to teach it. We’ve done the research and found that arguments for both sides exist.

So, what are the benefits of teaching critical thinking? And what are some common misconceptions?

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